Perceived unmet need for oral treatment among a national population of HIV-positive medical patients: social and clinical correlates.

@article{Marcus2000PerceivedUN,
  title={Perceived unmet need for oral treatment among a national population of HIV-positive medical patients: social and clinical correlates.},
  author={Marvin Marcus and J. Randall Freed and Ian Coulter and Claudia Der-Martirosian and William E. Cunningham and Ronald Max Andersen and Isis Garc{\'i}a and Donald A Schneider and William R. Maas and Samuel A. Bozzette and Martin Shapiro},
  journal={American journal of public health},
  year={2000},
  volume={90 7},
  pages={1059-63}
}
OBJECTIVES This study examines social, behavioral, and clinical correlates of perceived unmet need for oral health care for people with HIV infection. METHODS Baseline in-person interviews with 2864 individuals were conducted with the HIV Cost and Services Utilization Study cohort, a nationally representative probability sample of HIV-infected persons in medical care. Bivariate and logistic regression analyses were conducted, with unmet need in the last 6 months as the dependent variable and… CONTINUE READING